This issue of the Portuguese Studies Review features essays by JosAc DaAssunAsApo Barros, George Bryan Souza, Lorraine White, Stefan Halikowski-Smith, JosAc Mauricio Saldanha Alvarez, Francisco Carlos Palomanes Martinho, Carlos Cordeiro and Artur Boavida Madeiraan, Vanessa Ribeiro Simon Cavalcanti, Marzia Grassi, Suzy Casimiro, and Douglas Wheeler. The topics range from Galego-Portuguese troubadour poetry in the thirteenth century to Portuguese colonial administration and the Indian Ocean trade, lineage histories of sixteenth- to seventeenth-century noble families involved in imperial administrative service, (re)interpretive synopses of the Portuguese overseas expansion, art as political theater in colonial Brazil, Vargas and labour policy in Brazil in terms of multiple transitions from traditionalism to modernity, the beginnings of Azorean immigration to Canada, human rights and women's rights in Brazil, local markets in Cape Verde, Portuguese immigration to Australia, and the military historiography of Portuguese-influenced Africa.The proposals should be no longer than 300-500 words and should outline the theme, source base, and main contribution of the paper to the subject. ... The completed papers should be 6, 000-10, 000 words long (documentation included) and should follow the PSR house style, based ... and http://www.trentu.ca/psr/ ins_aut.html, and are also available for download in PDF format, on the journala#39;s website.
|Title||:||Portuguese Studies Review, Vol. 12, No. 2|
|Author||:||PSR (Standard Issue)|
|Publisher||:||Baywolf Press - 2005-02-22|